C.W. Mundy: En Plein Air Collections '95-'05

Video Length: 180 minutes

 

This DVD is a collection of the videotapes produced by C.W. Mundy between 1995 and 2005. It is a documentary DVD and depicts CW Mundy painting “on location” and “en plein air” in various international and national locations during this ten year span.

Although this DVD is not intended as an instructional DVD, you will observe CW painting and discussing problem solving as he paints.

 

 


Here are the locales featured on this DVD:

  • Paysages de France 1995
  • Italy: Light and Color 1996
  • England: The Treasured Isle 1997
  • Spain: Cities and Harbors 1999
  • Vienna, Prague and Other Eastern European Cities 2000

The European Collection 2002

  • Excerpts - The Gloucester and Rockport Collection 1997 
  • Excerpts - Impressions of Vermont 1998 
  • Excerpts - The Banks of The Wabash Collection 2003

For the most instructional information for artists, please refer to:

England: The Treasured Isle or The Gloucester and Rockport Collection Excerpts.

THE POWER OF THE SUGGESTIVE IS MUCH GREATER THAN THE STATEMENT OF REALITY." - C. W. Mundy

C.W. Mundy took on the challenge, in the early 1990's, of painting in an impressionistic style, going out of doors and painting en plein air and from life. This painting style led C.W. to a series of European Plein Air painting trips, beginning with a trip to France in 1995 and continuing to 2005 and beyond.

C.W. has painted en plein air in his own home state of Indiana, creating the on-going collection The Banks of The Wabash. He has traveled frequently to the East Coast, particularly to paint in locations of historical art colonies such as Jeffersonville, Vermont and the Cape Ann fishing harbors of Gloucester and Rockport,Masschusetts.

C.W. Mundy has participated in many prestigious exhibitions thoughout the U.S. and has been featured in numberous publications. Among the honors, C.W was invited in 2003 to Master Signature Membership in the national organization Oil Painters of America. In 2007, C.W. achieved Master Status in The American Impressionist Society.

 

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